Creative Proteomics

Creative Proteomics Introduces Its Newly-developed Bioinformatics Services

News   •   Nov 14, 2016 01:55 EST

This service update is mainly focusing on bioinformatics of proteomics, including GO annotation analysis service and KEGG annotation analysis service.

Since the continuous development of advanced technologies, bioinformatics in proteomics also has been experienced rapid development, so it can be used in many applications, including diabetes research, tumor metastasis, nutrition research, fetal and maternal medicine, renal disease diagnosis, neurology, urological cancer research and antibody profiling for disease study and treatment.

GO annotation analysis service

Gene ontology (GO) is quite powerful bioinformatics initiative to unify the representation of gene and gene product attributes from all species. In order to annotate and classify genes and their corresponding products, GO was established in 1998. What customers can benefit from the GO annotation analysis service from Creative Proteomics are listed here:

Ø Maintaining and developing its controlled vocabulary of gene and gene product attributes.

Ø Annotating genes and gene products.

Ø Assimilating and disseminating annotation data.

Ø Providing tools to deal with all aspects of the data, enabling functional interpretation of experimental data.

KEGG annotation analysis service

KEGG (kyoto encyclopedia of genes and genomes) annotation analysis service is a collection of databases used for bioinformatics research, such as data mining in genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and other omics studies and so on. Among KEGG resource, the KEGG PATHWAY database is the most important one. A collection of pathway maps integrating genes, metabolites, glycans are stored as individual entries in other databases of KEGG. In Creative Proteomics, customers can enjoy KEGG pathway annotation and KEGGpathway classification.

“these newly-developed services in bioinformatics field are the best evidences for our business philosophy---customer-oriented, quality-qriented and efficicy-oriented.” said Dr. Hoffman, senior scientist in Creative Proteomics.

These newly-updated bioinformatics services will be getting more and more popular in the next few years.